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Chem, 14B, 449 (1976) , 591 (1969) to time who do not now because of
the laws, but who do not like to drink. Thus, the figure who use some intoxicant would
increase were pot legalized, but it would be far lower than the additive effect of all those
who now use liquor added to all those who might use pot.
If we want to consider the effect of the marijuana laws on public safety, we are
therefore faced with the prospect of comparing the relative merits of alcohol and
marijuana. As stated earlier, marijuana users cite the comparison as a powerful argument
in the drug's favor, while physicians dismiss the argument. Where does that leave us?
In terms of tissue damage, the evidence is clear; no sane observer of the American drug
use scene would claim for marijuana the ravaging effect that alcohol has. Daily
moderately heavy usage of American or Mexican cannabis, say, six joints a day, produces
no known bodily harm. (But we must remember that we have no valid studies of
potsmokers which span any length of time.) Daily moderately heavy use of alcohol—the
quantity comparable to the amount of marijuana which would intoxicate the user for an
equal length of time, i.e., the whole day, would be about half a quart a day—will destroy,
threaten or damage most of the body's vital organs over a long period of time. In terms of
auto accidents, the evidence we have suggests a gain. The drunk driver behind the wheel
is far more of a threat and a danger than the high pothead. Empirical tests show that
alcohol discoordinates the driver far more than marijuana—if it occurs with marijuana at
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all.45 Decrease in aggression, violence, and crime, too, would be only a positive gain.
Alcohol moreover is often directly linked with the commission of crime; far from inciting
crime, marijuana, contrastingly, possibly inhibits it. Our speculations on insanity would
have to be even less firmly grounded in known fact than those for tissue damage,
automobile accidents, and violence, but marijuana would have to strive to catch up with
alcohol's record; one of four admissions to a mental hospital is an alcoholic. Here, too, I
think, the use of pot would be a clear gain.
The members of the antipot contingent who claim that alcohol is preferable to
marijuana, and that legalization would be nothing but a disaster for this or any nation, do
have a single telling point, as I see it. This is that marijuana is always used to become
intoxicated, or high, and alcohol is often, indeed, perhaps most of the time, used for
nonintoxicatory purposes. Alcoholic substances are frequently consumed on many
occasions where the drinker does not become drunk or intoxicated. For instance, at many
sporting events—football and baseball games—several bottles of beer may be drunk by a
spectator without effect. The same may be said for wine at a meal, cocktails (sometimes)
at a party, or sherry as a nightcap. Of course, many marijuana smokers do
American Historical Notes
In 1619, Americas first marijuana law was enacted at Jamestown
Colony, Virginia, ordering all farmers to make tryal of grow
Indian hempseed. More mandatory must-grow hemp cultivation laws
were enacted in Massachusetts in 1631, in Connecticut in 1632 and in
the Chesapeake Colonies into the mid-1700s.
I was smoking earlier samples while I was trimming and more than a few times I found myself standing up to
trim instead of sitting cause I had too much energy. Amazing the kind of housework you can get done when
you have a bud that doesn't lock you to the couch.
The smell and taste are nothing less than complete orange
overload. After rubbing off my scissor hash, my fingers smelled for hours like I'd been peeling oranges instead
of trimming buds. It was too nice of a smell to wash off so now everything around is sticky too.
This cutting has been around for 20 years, originally from California. Cross-out tests have shown it is *not* a
stabilized hybrid, looks more like the offspring of two unrelateds. Whether the parents were stable is anyone's
guess, but this cut is certainly what "Cali-Orange" is supposed to be. I consider the C/O to be
The orange smell is unmistakable, high is first rate, and potency is good.
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marijuana from one to two years, but some have used it for more than eleven years. If we take the midpoint of each
category (assume fifteen years for the eleven-plus category), this group of users represents a total of 421 years of
The users were asked their average frequency of use in all the time they had used marijuana. Users with less
than six months' experience were Instructed to skip this question. Monthly or Weekly use are the modal patterns in
this group, as shown in Table 4-9. By an approximation, described fully in Chapter 5, these figures may be
combined with length-of-use figures to give an estimate that this group of 150 users has used marijuana
approximately 37,000 times altogether.
Asked for their frequency of use in the preceding six months (the time base over which effects were to be rated),
the users replied as shown in the second column of Table 4-9, with Monthly and Weekly use still being the modal
responses. The Total and Last Six Month frequencies of use do not differ significantly from each other. The
respondents use marijuana about as often now as they ever did.
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USE OF MARIJUANA AND ALCOHOL
LENGTH OF USE
PERCENTAGE OF USERS
PERCENTAGE OF USERS(a)
=6 monthsb 3% 3%
=1year 21% 2%
=2 years 34% 7%
=3 years 19% 14%
=4years 6% 11%
=5 years 4% 10%
6 to 10 years 5% 17%
11 years or longer 6% 21%
Never used alcohol 13%
No response 2% 3%
(a) The percentages in this column do not add up to exactly 100%
due to rounding errors and/or some users' skipping the question(s).
(b) = means less than or equal to.
FREQUENCY OF USE OF MARIJUANA AND ALCOHOL
FREQUENCY OF USE
LAST 6 MOS.
LAST 6 MOS.
Occasionally 7% 11% 33% 40%
Once/month or more 35% 28% 34% 26%
Once/week or more 40% 42% 21% 12%
Almost every day or more 16% 19% 2% 7%
No response 3% 1% 11% 15%
Note.—The percentages in some columns of this table do not add up to
exactly 100% due to rounding errors and/or some users' skipping the question(s).
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The users were asked how often they had used various major psychedelic drugs before starting to use marijuana,
after starting to use marijuana, and during the last six months. Table 4-10 presents this data. The category
"psychedelics" was presented on the questionnaire as including LSD, mescaline, peyote, psilocybin, DMT
(dimethyltryptamine), and DET (diethyltryptamine). Other drugs are listed separately.
FREQUENCY OF USE OF OTHER DRUGS
IN LAST SIX
TIMES USED TIMES USED TIMES USED
DRUG 0 1-5 6+ 0 1-5 6+ 0 1-5 6+
Psychedelics 76% 15% 3% 27% 38% 31% 51% 33% 11%
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are much higher than I am (as from their being on acid or much more stoned on grass) gets me higher even
though I don't smoke any more grass." This is a common effect (13%, 13%, 32%, 23%, 15%), which may
occur even at the lowest levels of intoxication (23%, 22%, 26%, 5%, 2%).
Other relevant phenomena for understanding social interaction are the loss of short-term memory, the feeling
that this does not seriously impair the user's ability to carry on an intelligent conversation, and the feeling of
having said things that were not actually said (discussed in Chapter 14), as well as various alterations in other
cognitive phenomena (discussed in Chapter 15).
NEGATIVE EFFECTS ON SOCIAL INTERACTION
There were four effects studied that seem predominantly negative. The first of these is "I feel isolated from
things around me, as if there were some kind of barrier or glass wall between me and the world, muting
everything coming in and partially isolating me," a common effect (29%, 21%, 33%, 14%, 3%). The
Meditators experience this less often (p <.01, overall). It may occur at the Strong and Very Strong levels (4%,
11%, 22%, 21%, 9%).
Another infrequent effect is "I get somewhat paranoid about the people with me; I am suspicious about what
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they're doing" (20%, 38%, 31%, 7%, 4%). Non-users of Psychedelics experience it more frequently (p <.01).
This also may occur at the Strong and Very Strong levels (9%, 15%, 21%, 24%, 7%). The Meditators tend to
experience paranoid feelings at lower levels of intoxication (p <.05, overall).
What may be an even more extreme cutting-off from social relationships is the rare phenomenon, "Other
people seem dead, lifeless, as if they were robots, when I'm stoned" (49%, 27%, 18%, 5%, 0%). This effect
may begin occurring from the moderately intoxicated level on up in the users who could rate it (3%, 11%, 13%,
14%, 6%). Users of Psychedelics may experience it at lower levels (p <.05).
An infrequent negative effect of the group on the user is "I am very strongly influenced by the social
situation set up by my companions, so I will do whatever they are doing, even if it is something I don't want to
do or wouldn't do normally" (33%, 38%, 23%, 3%, 0%). This is reported as occurring more frequently by
Males (p <.05). Weekly users also have it occur more frequently than Occasional or Daily users (p < .05). In
retrospect, this question is hard to interpret, as it does not specify how undesirable the actions are that a group
might pressure the user into doing. A highly relevant question, dealt with fully in Chapter 17, is "I lose control
of my actions and do antisocial things (actions that harm other people) that I wouldn't normally do." This is
one of the rarest phenomena reported, with 77 percent saying Never, 22 percent Rarely, and only one user
Exception to the rule, after years of being cultivated in Alaska, some versions of Matanuska have become
acclimatized and, in theory, could be called " true " Matanuska. Maybe… Rob from Sagarmatha got lucky and
found someone with some "true" Matanuska SEEDS he could smuggle back to Holland. Doubtful, while there I
met not a single person with seed, only clones. Also, Thunderf*ck is some of the most sought after weed in
Alaska, getting someone to give up a desirable seed or an even more desirable clone would take an act of
God. So, I would lay money Rob didn't take "true" Matanuska home with him, especially seeing as how he is
already an expatriate( the U.S. frowns on these individuals), I can't imagine him coming or going through
customs with a cutting.
By the way, the weed in Amsterdam is cultivated by private growers and sold to the coffeeshops in bulk. So
regardless of what shop the Tundra was purchased at, the seed originated from Sagarmatha.” - Geronimo %), with
the Professionals needing to be less intoxicated to experience this (p < 05).
"I become very aware of my breathing and can feel the breath flowing in and out of my throat as well as
filling my lungs" is also common (21%, 18%, 40%, 15%, 5%), more so with the College-educated (p <.05). It
may begin to occur at Strong levels of intoxication (6%, 13%, 33%, 18%, 6%). Meditators may experience this
at lower levels of intoxication than the Therapy and Growth group or ordinary users (p <.01, overall), probably
because so many techniques of meditation involve becoming more aware of the flow of breath.
Defecating and Urinating
"When defecating or urinating, I become aware of the internal organ processes involved that I can't be
aware of when straight." This is an infrequent effect (43%, 16%, 21%, 13%, 5%), which is reported more
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frequently by Heavy Total users (p <.05, overall). It is also experienced more frequently by the Therapy and
Growth group (p <.05, overall). It may begin to occur at Strong and higher levels in those who experience it
(1%, 7%, 19%, 17%, 5%).
Note also that "Sexual orgasm has new qualities, pleasurable qualities, when stoned," is a characteristic
effect. It is discussed fully in Chapter 13.
Most of the above experiences have a known physiological basis. We now come to a group of experiences
which cannot be readily conceptualized as resulting from increased awareness of known physiological
Vibration, Energy, Chakra Centers
The most common of these is "I get feelings in my body that are best described as energy, force, power of
some sort flowing" (21%, 13%, 35%, 21%, 9%). Both the Meditators and the Therapy and Growth group
experience this somewhat more often than Ordinary Users (p <.05, overall). It may begin to occur at Strong and
higher levels of intoxication (4%, 10%, 25%, 26%, 7%). This experience is reported more frequently by Users
of Psychedelics (p <.05).
A more general phenomenon that does not specifically interpret unusual internal feelings as energy or force
is "I feel a vibration or tingling sensation in some or all of my body that I can tell is not an actual muscle
tremor by looking at my body," a common effect (27%, 15%, 32%, 17%, 7%). It is reported about as
frequently, and at similar levels of intoxication (1%, 10%, 24%, 25%, 7%), as sensations of force or energy. It
is also of interest to note that these tingling feelings are reported more frequently than actual muscle tremors (p
There is an occult theory, known mainly in its Indian form in the West (Garrison, 1964) but occurring in the
occult traditions of many lands (Blofeld, 1970; Chang, 1963; Evans-Wentz, 1958; Frager, 1970; Govinda,
1960; Muses, 1961), that there is some sort of psychical energy that flows through man's body, and particularly
through the nerves such as those in the spinal cord. This energy has been
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far less effort on hashish; it is impossible to become five times higher, even were it
possible to calibrate the high with such accuracy. ( Most users-claim to become a good
deal higher with hashish.) Some commentators fear that the introduction of more potent
marijuana preparations, such as hashish, will produce use-patterns much like those of
India and Egypt. This reasoning process assumes that if one element—the strength of the
hashish—is present, then all the outcomes will be the same. But since all of the other
preconditions are lacking, such an eventuality is highly improbable.
Another fear has been the introduction of the chemical which is probably the active
principle in cannabis, tetrahydrocannabinol—actually a family of active and potent
chemicals. Some observers feel that were this purified form of drug widely available,
somewhat the same events as occurred with LSD would occur with cannabis.23
Actually, a recently available substance called THC (the abbreviation for
tetrahydrocannabinol), is not THC at all, but a mixture with varying
ingredients—sometimes LSD, methedrine, and/or a barbiturate. Real THC has been used
on an extremely limited basis on the street—or so some users claim. It seems to be agreed
that the effect it might produce would be akin in many respects to an LSD trip. Strangely,
many of marijuana's critics justify the present penalty structure with the argument that
were marijuana itself to become more available, users would inevitably migrate to THC.
Why this should be so is never explained, however. Because of the overwhelmingly
sociable form that marijuana use takes, and its recreational character, it seems unlikely
that a drug which requires so much of the user's attention as LSD would be used as
frequently as marijuana is at present, although experimentation is a distinct possibility,
indeed, a likelihood, for many users. This is, in any case, a matter for a later discussion.
Observations on the Social Context of Marijuana Use
Marijuana use is overwhelmingly a group activity; the drug, in other words, is highly
"sociogenic"—or "cultogenic," as one commentator has labeled the psychedelic drugs.24
Some deviant activities are conducted in relative isolation without group support. The
heavy use of the barbiturates, tranquilizers, and the amphetamines by housewives does not
form the basis for drug-related activities or groups; meperidine (Demerol) addiction
among physicians does not lend itself to friendships, interaction, and sentiments on the
basis of being addicted. There is no bond of identity, no preference for interaction with
other physician-addicts, no increment of prestige as a result of sharing the characteristic of
drug taking. There is no subculture of physician-addicts. (This obviously has nothing to do
with the physiological impact of the drug itself, since many street addicts use morphine,
and there is a street subculture. )
What we mean when we say that ma e biased in one way or another. This does not mean that
all are wrong, or even that all are right. It does mean that all rest on necessarily
unprovable assumptions, all are underpinned by an ontology which transcends scientific
technique. Scientific technique itself rests on faith. It demands that the real world be
viewed in one manner, and that alternate versions of viewing the world be ignored. For
certain purposes, this is very useful. For others, it is not. While the scientific version of
reality offers the claim that it is the real world, as a sociologist, we must say that it is one
particular version of the real world, true or false, according to certain assumptions. If we
do not accept the rules of the game in the first place, then the whole scientific enterprise is
Accepting cultural patterns as valid on their own level is a very useful bias for certain
kinds of purposes. We do not, by doing so, attempt to prove, say, that the American
government is riddled with Communists (if we are studying the John Birch Society), or
that marijuana is harmless and beneficial (if we are studying potsmokers). We do not
mean that they are "true" in the traditional scientific sense of the word. We mean that they
are true in that they are woven into the viscera of the people we are studying, and that they
are extremely meaningful to them. They are true in the emotional sense. They represent
valid belief-alternatives, and they spring from powerful social and psychological needs.
They are part of an ideological and cultural whole, a fabric that is relatively consistent, a
system that is eloquent testimony to personal and social locations. We say that the biggest
slice of the most essential reality of each man is the reality as seen through his eyes. No
matter that two versions of what is right and what wrong will be almost totally
contradictory. Both represent authentic modes of living, ideological positions that are, on
the affective level, inviolable and irrefutable. If we do not accept this principle, what we
are doing cannot be called social science.
One of the reasons why the attempt to understand a deviant or criminal activity from the
first-person point of view is seen as biased is that in the past, the "institutional" or
"correctional" viewpoint has been dominant, that is, the conception that the legal and
moral transgressor has in some measure erred and must be dealt with by agents of
correction. Official agencies of social control have in the past been successful in defining
the climate of right and wrong; their view ( similar to and, supposedly, based on, the
scientific point of view) was imperialistic in that they demanded the right to define right
and wrong for all members of society. Any viewpoint which contravened their own was
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labeled biased. If deviance is viewed in correctional terms, we cannot but see the effort to
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